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of the connecticut shooting tragedy. good afternoon. i'm steve sanders. and i'm dina bair. we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. investigators are working around-the-clock searching for answers. authorities are looking for clues. the 20 year-old took his own life as police responded to the school. in a news conference just a few moments ago state police say the investigation could take months. >> we did see a significant evidence. we are analyzing and will analyze. it is a very painstaking process. arrangements are being made to move furniture and supplies from that school to a new location so that glasses can resume. there's a story behind every life taken. little by little we are finding out more about the victims. two of the 26 victims from the school are being laid to rest there. as we mourn their death we're learning more about some of them. >>charlotte daniel, olivia, >> president obama reads a first names of the 20 children killed. we now know so much more about some of them. 6 year old jack pinto loved sports. especially football. hi
lawsuit is filed in connection with the newtown connecticut shootings. also ahead, the latest on the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton after being hospitalized, this time for a blood clot. and party planners in new york are gearing up for tonight's new year's eve celebration! the mother of a man suspected of setting a deadly fire that killed his girlfriend and critically injured their two children is speaking out. nathaniel beler died of injuries he suffered in the fire at his mother's home in the 42-hundred block of west 21st place saturday. taniya (tuh-knee'-yuh) johnson died. neighbors told police they heard the couple arguing before the fire broke out. police accuse beler of setting the deadly fire but his mother says taniya is responsible. president obama says the connecticut school shooting should be enough to bring a new gun control law next year. the president said something fundamental in the country had to change after the recent mass shooting. the president says he supports banning assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips. but he's against
in newtown connecticut. scientists look into what could have motivated the gunman. and, for the second time in a month a person is pushed to their death in front of a new york subway. he is scheduled to make a formal announcement at some point tomorrow. the earlier this month he was arrested at the airport when security inspectors found a gun on his carry-on bag. he claimed he used the gun at his other job with a security company and forgot he packed it. the american embassy in the central african republic is temporarily closed, and american citizens are being told to evacuate the country. rebel forces in the central african republic have seized territory, and are now advancing upon the capital city of bangui. and the state department fears another violent struggle for power. the country's president is pleading with foreign leaders to help him fend off the rebels. russian president vladimir putin has signed a controversial bill barring americans from adopting russian children. the bill could become law as early as tuesday. the measure was drafted in retaliation for a u-s law which forbids
doctor if lyrica is right for your fibromyalgia pain. last week's mass shooting in connecticut bringing major attention to the gun industry. the manager at exporting goods telling us that the sporting goods chain is temporarily halting sales of all semi- automatic weapons. shares of gun makers continue to fall as investors speculate the president will renew a ban on assault weapons. we're taking a look at trading in general. the fiscal cliff deadline just weeks away. toyota being slapped with a $17 million fine for delaying reports of vehicle defect. there may be serving up big macs and mcribs the fast-food chain urging people to stay open. all of this which a dozen police do not get paid overtime for working on holidays. >> you almost always have seniors. you have some ideas to bring them further >> we feel an obligation to include seniors. instead of making it an accessory. why not make them the center of the celebration? make them the focus and help them bring those stories to life. one thing they can bring to the table is a story about a family tradition. he might rule your highne
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